The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922, October 26, 1915, Image 1
..... .4 - .... ' ::ffe Jwrffe pttfif mfcweMjt wfarE THIRTIETH YEAR. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., OCTOBER 26, 1915. No. 81; CITY AND COUNTY NEWS. W.. II. McDonald left Inst night for Omaha to spend several days on busi ness. Mrs.- Diamond, of Hershey, who vis ited Mrs. Frank Buchanan last week, left Saturday morning for home. . Miss. AUco Fltzpatrlck, who Is teaching at Brady, camo up Friday and visited two days with her parents . Ladles, Misses and Children's Dresses, greatest variety In town at absolutely the lowest prlcea, at The! Leader. E. X. Ogler' expects to leave this week for Schuyler to 'transact busl ncs and visit relatives for a weeki . ThemiarriedMadles of the Catholic church' will be entertained thfs af ternoon at the home of Mrs. Joseph Murpliy. Found A small handbag, near ths Experimental Farm. Owner can havo same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Miss Gertrude Magner, of Rawlins, is expected here, tills week to. niako a monthjs viqlt wfyh thq Fitzpa'trick family. Engineer Bert Chamberlain contin ues to Improve at tho City Hospital and will be able to return home in a short time. Short Rubber Boots, long hip boots, boys' rubber boots at Tho Leader. New Fall Suits still arriving dall and we nre ..offering them at greatly reduced prices. BLOCK'S. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gould and children left for Billings, Montana, iyesterdajf afternoon after spending itwo weeks with Mrs. Gould's parents, Mr., and Mrs. Koontz. Wanted School girl to work for hei board and room. Mrs. J. B. Ed wards, G08 west Fifth street. 79-i Equipped with all modern appli ances and conducted on the highest scale of efficiency ur watch, repair department. DIXON, lbeUnioa Pa cific "Watch Inspector.' For Farm Loans see or write Gene, Crook, room 3, Waltemath building, North Platte. 41tf Mrs. Edward Rebhausen relumed last evening from Hastings where she visited her daughter, Miss Gertrude, at the Sacred Heart College. Enroute homo she visited Mi. and Mrs. Law rence Wernert at Kearney., We have been actively interested in the Optical work, having given satis faction and comfort to our many pat rons. We have dilllgeriUy studied Op tical science and our practice enables us to knowingly understand the needs and requirements of thjose who need help for their eyes. In this short message wo Invite you to call and dis cuss your eye troubles with us. HAR RY DIXON, Registered Optometrist Mrs. Mary J. Neary, who has been JA.VKS HKLTON DIKS AT 111 for acv.f oys, Is imp - vlng.- j SAX DIEGO YKSTIIHDAY . Mra. ti'ih; ." ::s rcturi 1 last ev-j oning from a short visit in Denver with James Bolton, a ploncor resident of relatives. North Platte, died yesterday at San F, last ov .4wi Lit i iuiiu, uiuu juaiuiuuy ill Oiiu C. Hoxio returned to Ogalalla BeBO. Cal., whoro he and his daughter evening after visiting his family ,M,8B Cnrr,c 1,11,1 1)ten mnk,ns their here for a few days. Charles Fanition, genoral car 'n spector of the Union Pacific spent yesterday here tn business. Mr. and Mrs. C, J. Sawyer, Jr., of Cheyenne, came down yesterday morn ing to visit tho former's parents. Matt Walsh, foreman of tho U. P. repnlr department, has (Seen off duty for several days on account of Ill ness. Mr3. Jrh i Day and duughter Elva left Monday morning for Araphoe, where they will visit relatives for a week. The celebrated Collins health un derwear, all-wool, the finest made, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. For sale by Tho Leader. Oliver Ames, of Boston, ono of the U. P. dlreiair;!, spent yesterday hore on bU3lne3. while enroutd to .the Pa cific coat: Mrs. F. C. Hoxie, who has been vis iting relatives in Chicago and other cities in Illinois for several weeks, s expected to return today. I have a splendid assortment of dress hats all trimmed in the latest novelties. Also a fine line of trimmed hats for $4.00 and $5.00. Miss Whlt- toker, at tho Wilcox Dept. Store. 79-2 The Club Nevita' wil entertain their husbands at a Hallowe'en party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Brooks Friday evening. Miss Margaret Mettin has resigned her position as saleslady at the Fash ion Shop and Js" succeeded Vy Mrs Harry Moore, who began work yester ay morn'ng. For Rent On east Tenth street, one fout-vroom and one six room hou'sd, both with basement. Phone Red 640. 78-4 A-fiuicftrdadstor occupied lby two men and a woman and a Cadillac .qq- pled by Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Household er and six children had a head bn col llslon east of Shelton Sunday evening. All the occupants of both cars wero more or less injured by being thrown promiscuously over tho road. The Kearney Hub states that thirty carloads of cement have been receiv ed at Kearney for use, in tho "seedling' mile of the Lincoln Highway. Three thousand barrels to tho mile would mean about a million and a half bar rels for a roadway from the Mlssouril river to the Wyoming lino. When one thinks of the stupendous cost of tho highway ho has reason to doubt if the highway wil be completed within tho next fifty years. homo for several years. Death result ed from a paralytic stroko which camo Thursday. Upon receipt of this afflic tion, Mrs. W. II. McDonald, a daugh ter, left for San Diego on tho first train. Word of Mr. Helton's death was con voyed by tho following telegram sent by Mrs. McDonald and received this morning: "My father passed away today six hourn aftor I reached here. Wo havo mado no definite plans yet, but expect to leave San Diego Friday or Saturday, bringing his body to North Platte." A memoir of Mr. Bolton will appear in these columns later. FOR SALE ' Houses, lots, farms, hay and other land ai bed rock prices and on easy payments. Sec us before you buy. Hit ATT & GOODMAN D Two Things a Com ' Crib Must, Do The first thing that a corn crib should afford is thorough ventilation to the stored grain. To secure this, leave the sides as open as po-siMe, and divide the crib into small Dins. The second thin? that a corn crib should atYord is protection from driving rains and snows. This can be easily done by ex tending the caves well down over the sides. Corn is one of our leading crops. So there is no more im portant building on the farm than the corn crib. We can help you build, the rigjit kind rf mm crib heln vou with ideas,, and supply you the ne cessary materials. v,an on us any time that suits you. W W. BIRGE CO. To Every Member of the Christian Church mid ltible School. Wq need 105 points to win tho North Plntte-Hastlngs contest. We are to win, and wo are counting on every ono of you to lend your holp. Wo must havo 600 on next Sunday, the last day of tho contest. I am sure you wil not fall. If wo win, North Platte wil sure bo onthc bible school map of the state, for wo will In all probability have tho largest school In the state. J. II. VAN CLEAVE. Sperlntendent. Yesterday Officer Baker killed sev eral dogs on which taxes had not been paid and which wero causing dis turbances In their neighborhoods. The bulk price of hogs In tho South Omaha market October 12th was $3.38, yesterday tho bulk price wa3 ;$7.29, a drop of $1.07 In less than two weeks, and this in tho face qf the ict that shipments at the one period Ostcrninu Pusses Through II. C. Ostcrman, consul at large for the Lincoln Highway, accompanied by Mrs. Ostormnn and a prlvato sec retary, arrived from tho west Satur day afternoon. The party is return ing from tho Panama exposition whero the Lincoln Highway films wero shown under Mr. Ostormnn's direction. He pronounced tho views good, nnd us an advertisement for tho Lincoln High way ho thinks they will accomplish much In Increasing tho popularity of tho trans-contlnontnl highway. Speaking of tho rond In tho Platte Valley Mr. Ostormnn thinks It should bo graded and covered with gravol, tho latter to be obtained from the bed of tho Plntto rivor. While In town Mr. Ostermnn, In company with A. B. Iloagland, inspect ed tho now bridge bolng constructed' east of town, and spoke of It In very complimentary terms, saying that tho people wore entitled to much credit in securing its erection. O stands for Op-tom-o-trlst, who makes the eyes right, Conferring a, blessing on those with poor sight, By . fitting of .glasses which make the eyes see, Both the old nnd tho young for a very small fee. Your eyes he'll examine and toll you what's wrong Sometimes takes a minute again, It's quite long. BuJ whether It's easy, or whether It's hard, Ho leaves nothing undone In any re gard. C; S. CLINTON, Registered Optomet rist; Look for the sign with the RING. Brother of Mrs. Duvls Dies A telegram received this morning announced the death at Rlverton, la., of Ancil Eskow, a brother of Mrs. E. S. Dayts, of this city. Mr. Eskew was wero about the samo as at tho other. I injured in ,m automobilo accident Inst just now tar , Thursdnvi nnd at the time Mr. and The entertainment committee of tho Elks announce that the entertainment and dance to be given next Monday evening will bo tho "smoothest"- over produced. The stunts that will bo pulled off have been In course of preparation for several weeks, and in to tneni lias been .injected tho re sourcefulness of Dr. Wurtele, Jim McDonald, Jack Horrlgan and several others who are wel known originators of funy things. The committee has received skull masks which will bo presented to attendants when tljoy ar rive at tho home. However, each per son must bring a sheet and pillow case, which must bo worn after reach ing tho scene of the festivities. Tho best oyo In tlo world can easily bo mado tho reverse by a slight strain and abuse. No organ of the human system will snap so quickly as tho oye. WORK won't hurt abuse kills It. C. S. CLINTON, Rogistered Opto metrist. Look for the sign with tho RING. At York, Nebr., each year, tho Meth odist church entertains tho older peo ple at what they call a "Sunset So cial." All thoso who have Teached the ago of seventy or more years arc Invited. This year 173 guests sat at tho banquet, tho oldest bolng Mr. II. F. Swnnbnch, who lives at tho Odd Fellows' home. He Is a hundred years old but doesn't look It. This wa3 tho fifteenth year a "Sunset So cial" has been given at York. Tho Methodist ladles of North Platto wish to inaugurate such an affair. They wish to Invite all persons who havo reached the ago of 70 or more years. It will bo difficult to find al such persons nnd anyone of this ago pr knowing those who are, can holp with this work by giving the names to the com mittee. Mrs. Wilson Tout, chairman committee phono Red. 430. We would like to know the law of supply and domnnd governs the price of hogs and some other things as well. Tho base ball committee are com pleting arrangements for the all star game which will be played on the local grounds Tluirsday. Hho dia mond is being put in condition, tem porary bleachers will bo erected and tho business houses have agreed to close from three to five. In addition to the $1.00 for admission, a charge of twenty-five cents' will bo made for tho grand stand and for each' automo bile. John Jameson, who resides near Paxton, was arrested yesterday for bolng Intoxicated on tho public streets. The hearing was held this morning In Judge Mlltonberger'3 office and a fine of two dollars and cost was mado, the total amounting to $G.80. Overshoes for men, women and chil dren, ono buckle, two buckle and four buckle Alaska, at tho very lowest, prices at The Leader. Weathor forecast for North Platte and vicinity: Fair tonight and Wed nesday, warmer Wecnosday. Highest temporature yesterday CO, a year ago 70; lowest last night 34, a year ago 29. -The Socialist Study Club will meet with Mrs. Thomas Axtell, 405 west Ninth street, Wednesday aftornoon at 2:30. Subject to bo discussed "Our National Defense." Mrs. Davis wore in Omaha attending theOdd .Fellows' grand lodge. . They immediately went to Rlverton, and were there when tho end came AV. S. Morlnnd Dies John E. Evans received a telegram this morning stating that his brother-in-law W. S. Morlan, of McCook, had died in Chicago last night. Death was due to stomach trouble Mr. Evans wil go to McCook to morrow to attend tho funeral which wil bo held Thursday. Mr. Morlan was ono of tho well known lawyers of tlio state, and for mnny years occupied n prominent place In tho legal, business and polltlcnl conditions of western Ncbrnskn. FOR EXCHANGE North I'latle residence for fiirm. Al so u section of land for city property. What have you? IMtATT k (iOODJIAN. Knit Goods A lnrgo lino of knit goods Just re celved, Including swentora for men, women, children nnd Infants; knitted scarfs; knitted tains, knitted vestees for ladies; sweatcrcttes for children. THE LEADER. Mrs. Epson Killed at Fremont. Mrs. Fred J. Epson, of Sydney, Australia, was killed nnd hor husband badly injured yesterday near Fro mont, when tho auto in which they wero riding upset. Mr. and Mrs. Ep son, stopped In North Plntto Saturday night while enroute on their trip cast, nnd wore making tho overland trip In compnny with Mr. nnd Mrs. Odtor- llUUl. Adler's Collegian Clothes Play the winning game by wearing Adler's Collegian Clothes. Original designs with the pop" nnd "punch" that tickle the young fellows. J Conservative models for Suits and Overcoats men of Quieter tastes. Per- t i J feet in fit and tailoring. p AO oHU Up HARCOURT & JENSEN Tjrie Store where yon 2eel at home. city And county news p., , I . Card of Thanks Wo vylsh to thank tho friends for thq sympathy shown by their thought ful words, kindly deeds and iloral of ferings during tho long illness and af ter tho death of our husband and fath er. Mrs. Lottie Garnian and tho Gar man children. FOR RENT On nnd after November !)th next, the Front Street Brick Barn. A rare clmnco for the right party. Seo Bit A 'IT & GOODMAN. Card of Thanks Wo take tht3 method of expressing our appreciation of itho kindness shown us following tho death ot Charles Llerlc, Sr., by tho Odd Fol lows, tho Modern Woodmon, tho em ployes of tho Union Pacific shops and neighbors and friends. Also for tho many beautiful floral tributes. Mrs. Chas. Llerk, Sr., and Family. FOR JtENT Houses, nice unfurnished rooms, storage rooms and safe deposit boxes. BItATT & GOODMAN. JOHNATHAN APPLES We have a car of Johnathun Apples in. Ihese apples are orchard run and so cheap everybody can have a few bushel. We are goinj to sell them while they last for 75c per bushel. They can be bought at RUSH MERC. CO., JOHN HERROD, E. T. TRAMP & SONS, WESTENFELD, and R. N. LAMB, PHONE 67. Thoro will be no regular meeting of tho Yeoman lodge this evening. Vincent Roddy attonded tho football game at Storllng Friday,.. c Cabbage at 75 ceiita per hundred pounds, Llerk-SaudaTl Cd. 81-2 Attornoy W. T. Wilcox left yester day morning for'-Paxton viero lie will spend several days on legal business. C. E. Talmagc, of Glendovy, Colo., spent tho latterj;part of last week with his nephew E. C, Spicor nnd other rel ntives. Miss Esther Schwaiger returned U Kearney yesterday morning after spending the week end with hor parents. Tho Degroo of Honor will hold n social at tho K. P. hall Monday oven-, Ing to which all members of that or- dor and A. O. U. W. mombors nnd their families nro Invited. I Mrs. W. F. Orammoll and MIsb Edith1 Ornmnicll, of Uig'Sprlngs, who visited tho Gnunmoll fnnttllos hero for a ' week past, returned homo this mom-1 ing. For Rent Eight room house and bath at 510 west Fifth street. Inquiro of -Mrs. M. E. Watts, 310 west Fifth. Fred Letts camo down from Donvor, Sunday and !b making arrangements to move his household goods to that city. Ho reports that Mrs.- Letts Is 1 greatly Improved. Dr. Lucas was called south of Max well Saturday to attond tho seven year od son of Scott Shaner, who foil from a horse and had his loft .log broken In two places. White Ivory is going to bo the thing in toilet articles this season, and wo bought a IHO lino of tho different pieces; let us show you. Look for tho served the same (lay. ..I lit. 11... r- T v ft rt itr k m n . r I sign wnii mo iiiiNu. u. a., uijits iuin, the Jeweler. Bottled when hot A At a meeting of the A. O. U. W. held last ovenlng a now clnss of members was taken In, having been solicited by State Deputies F. C. Simmons and J. Fletcher. Thoso comprising tho class woro Mosan( Harry McEvoy, John Winn, W. C. Dean, Victor Ander son, Vladlo Muchllnskl, O. II. Weston feld, Walter Long, J. O. Graham, D. i J, Etzel and F. 11. Yoarsloy. I' IKE AND LIFE INSURANCE The best mid cheapest written by IIItATT & GOODMAN, S a pure food store, we are sslad to sell Heinz Ketchup. You can lasle the real tomatoes ih tliis Ketchup they are picked at just the right ripeness pre- -steriltzed and scald. And it's put up with out Benzoatc of Soda. That's the kind of Ketchup you want in your home. We hav6'lt with many others of the famous 57 varieties. LEIRK - SANDALL CO.